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Pramod Ganji's Blog: TIKA-The Magical Vaccine

Pramod Ganji's Blog: TIKA-The Magical Vaccine

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  1. satyajit wattamwar - nice one. but i could not figure out exactly what disease TIKA vaccine prevents? and who is this new age 'Charak'? or did i miss the complete point of 'symbolic story'?

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  2. Thanx, just imagination .......may be some kid will pick up the fantasy to convert into reality,,,ha..ha...ha...

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